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|Running time||30 minutes|
|Creator(s)|| Jhonen Vasquez|
|Starring|| Trey Paker|
Richard Steven Horvitz
Roger L. Jackson
|Country of origin||United States|
|Original run||January 1, 2000|
|No. of episodes||80|
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Stimar is an American animated television series created by Jhonen Vasquez and Jess Winfield.
Professor John Ovi Banner is a physician/scientist and Ray's school teacher at Daleville School who is traumatized by the tragic car accident that killed his beloved wife Laura. Haunted by his inability to save her, Professor Banner studies incidents of people who, while in danger, somehow managed to summon superhuman strength in order to save their loved ones. He hopes to create the perfect little boy using a mixture of frogs, snails and puppy-dogs' tails to make Daleville, a city plagued by criminals and villains, a better place. Things take a disastrous turn when his laboratory assistant, a destructive champanzee named BoZo, shoves the Professor, causing him to accidentally break a container of Chemical Z, a mysterious, radioactive substance that spills into the mixture, which explodes in BoZo's face. The Professor finds that the experiment was a success, but instead of a little boy, having produced a cute little blue creature who looks like a cross between a bulldog and a chimpanzee with huge bat-like ears, a pair of antennae that protrude from the top of its head and a row of three porcupine-like quills running down its back. However, this creature also has superpowers as a result of the additional Chemical Z. The Professor tries to name this creature, but it growls and destroys the Professor, accidentally severing his arm, escapes from his laboratory and wanders off into the nearby woods.
The next morning, the creature stumbles upon a ten-year-old boy named Ray Reloy who is left alone by his parents who are going to the movies.